Wiltshire

Bronze Age // Salisbury Plain // Stonehenge // Avebury Stone Circles // Salisbury Cathedral // Longleat...

The county of Wiltshire is located in South West England and is surrounded by the counties of Berkshire, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Somerset.

Wiltshire also forms parts of The Cotswolds which covers Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, North East Somerset and Worcestershire. It is in many ways an unspoilt county as two thirds are made up of rural countryside and not all built up likes other parts of England today.

Wiltshire is perhaps best known for Stonehenge, the Avebury Stone Circles and Salisbury Plain, a 300 square mile chalk plateau used by the British Army for training purposes.

Salisbury is notable for its beautiful ancient medieval cathedral and the former lion park at Longleat near Warminster for its country house that is open to the public.

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Photograph: Avebury Stone Circles in Calne

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